Asadin Lux is a constellation in the Northern Hemisphere. Visible in its entirety on only a few nights of the year. It is a collection of stars; each a mass of helium gas illuminated by a source of energy at its core.
Much of what we believe to be true, we have never seen for ourselves and much of what we are told is a convenient explanation, simplified to aid our understanding.
Asadin Lux is a collection of point sources of visible light, glowing in the night sky, each one suspended by a body of Helium gas. That much is true.